After tax + tip, I paid $30 for my crab dungeness BLT and a glass of pinot noir.
For this dining experience, our friend Lacey joined us and the three of us gals dined outside on their patio for a fabulous dinner, with the Seattle sunset and waterfront as our backdrop.
Here's my take on my crab dungeness BLT:
Do I like crab meat? Yes.
Do I like bacon? Heck yes.
Do I like lettuce & tomato? Yes, especially grilled lettuce and heirloom tomatoes. This sandwich didn't have grilled lettuce (it was fresh) but I did like my heirloom tomato slice.
Do I like bread? Oh my goodenss, yes!
So to summarize, Yes! I liked my sandwich. I had never had crab meat in a BLT before but it was a natural pairing. The sandwich came with a boring salad on the side of just greens and a vinaigrette, reinforcing that the hero of the meal was definitely the sandwich. And if you're a red wine drinker, I don't even have to tell you that the pinot noir was fantastic! It's pinot noir. It naturally is a superstar.
Even though the dessert menu was oh-so-tempting, we decided to wait to walk the couple blocks to Molly Moon's. What is Molly Moon's? It's only the best Seattle ice cream I've had! I frequent Molly Moon's whenever I feel my sweet tooth kick in, as it did that evening. I helped myself to a waffle cone filled with Theo chocolate & maple walnut ice cream deliciousness, and to borrow the words of my blog partner, it did not disappoint!
Another wonderful meal, dessert and conversation. Up next: dinner @ Cuoco on Sunday, October 2.